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2. Principles of pitch determination processor is data reduction in order to facilitate the operation of the basic extractor. The postprocessor operates in a more application-oriented way: error correction, smoothing of the pitch contour, and graphic display are some of its typical tasks. The existing POA principles can be split up into two gross categories when the input signal of the basic extractor is taken as a criterion. If this signal has the same time base as the original speech signal, the POA operates in time domain.
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R. VISWANATHANET AL. Fig. 9. 2 Example of diphone network for four phonemes. Diphone Analysis (Recognition) The analyzer takes into account the synthesis model by using a network of diphone templates to recognize the sequence of phonemes in the input speech. The diphone network consists of nodes and directed arcs. An example of a simple network is shown in Fig. 9. There are two types of nodes: phoneme nodes and spectrum nodes. The phoneme nodes (shown as labelled circles) correspond to the midpoints of the phonemes; there is one such node for each phoneme.
A band limited and Besov class functional calculus for Tadmor-Ritt operators by Vitse P.